• Fashion
    FASHIONS A particular make, a shape ,a style ,or a pattern followed by most of the people may be called a fashion .It includes clothing ,hairstyles furniture literature, jewelry and many other things. "Style is the man," claims Sainte-Beuve, one of Matthew Arnold's heroes. The above cited quote...
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  • Effects of Media on Society
    Violence - American children and adolescents are exposed to increasing amounts of media violence, especially in television, movies, video games, and youth-oriented music. By 18, the average young person will have viewed 200,000 acts of violence on television" (http: //www.karisable.com/crssmv.htm) ...
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  • Understanding Trends Around the World
    Understanding Trends Around the World The dictionary definition of a fad is: a temporary fashion, notion, manner of conduct, etc. especially one followed enthusiastically by a group. When a new fad appears there are people who follow the trend and people who look on from the outside wondering why....
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  • Fashion
    Fashion is how you present yourself, once said a famous actress. As long as fashion has been in existence, what you wear is literally what you are. High society women wear thousand dollar fashions and one of a kind jewelry designs, while the average Jane wears jeans and a tee shirt. Fashion is a non-verbal...
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  • Role of Media
    electronic media is simply overwhelming. The media in Pakistan continuously shapes and reshapes our opinion, attitudes and perceptions. Media is among the wonders of the twentieth century as it exposes coordinated messages repeatedly to millions of audiences. Impact of Pakistani Medias on general...
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  • The Transformation of African American Language
    advertising has become acceptable-nay, desirable-part of the cool life they aspire to: and a black, hip-hop-ish vernacular has become a crucial cog in the youth market machinery” (366). Teenagers desire the rebelliousness of hip-hop and therefore admire any advertisement that portrays that rebellious look. Since...
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  • Airtel
    roaming facility, etc. They ask for Cost effective mode Most of the customers are influenced by the latest fashion trend. A company needs to be updated with the latest technology and fashion trend. Demographics play an important role in selecting a product. Tastes and Preferences of teenagers and adult...
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  • 20th Century Fashion
    dressmaker was Charles Frederick Worth (1826–1895). Before the former draper set up his maison couture fashion house in Paris, clothing design and creation was handled by largely anonymous people, and high fashion descended from style worn at royal courts. Worth's success was such that he was able to dictate...
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  • Bata
    the latest patent, metallic and ethnic styles in footwear. The recently introduced ladies hand bags have also met with a very good response from the youth. EXAMPLES: Dr. Scholl: Dr. Scholl’s which is positioned well as medicated footwear with a trendy look. These are prescribed by doctors for people having...
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  • Audience vs Artist
    of Jamaican cultural theorist Stuart Hall, acknowledges that culture, in this case indie rock, cannot simply be studied or appreciated in a linear fashion as it is with the first model, rather it is a "critical site of social action and intervention"[1], an on-going existence that is constantly evolving...
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  • In What Ways Did the Iconography, the Music, the Lyrics and the Performances and Behaviour of Punk Rock Acts Present a Challenge to ‘Establishment Notions of Englishness’ in 1976-77?
    with a philosophy that was influenced by the anti-establishment turmoil reverberating from the 60’s.’ (Spicer, 2006, Page 4), so in a time when the youths of Britain were so ignored and undervalued as a part of society, it seemed like a natural outlet to make the government and the authorities stand up...
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  • Comms
    appeals to youths rather than adults. Because where adults may prefer the old school heavy metal, indie rock or even punk rock. This certain subgenre is more for the youths of today and has become more than just the music scene it started of as and has become more of a brand obsessed, fashioncraze’. The...
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  • Cultural Pressure to Be Thin
    poster girls of what beautiful looks like. There are many factors that are causing people young and old to get caught up in the new health and fitness craze. One of these factors affect almost everyone in the media. Celebrities are setting the standard for the new thin trend. In Hollywood the pressures...
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  • Sociology
    the beginning of the AIDS epidemic, not much was known about the disease except that it was obviously infectious and deadly, and, it seemed to spread among unpopular categories of the population (homosexuals and IV drug users). In some communities, infected children were driven out of school for fear that...
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  • An Indie Influence in Fashion
    An indie influence in fashion Does today’s popular apparel abate the underground spirit of the music that inspired it? It was just another Monday night at the Silver Lake club Spaceland, and local indie rock band Army Navy was performing onstage. The bassist, Ben Gaffin, played an almost-hypnotizing...
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  • Effects of Social Networking Sites on Student's Life.
    EFFECTS OF SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES ON STUDENT’S LIFE! Students! The Builders of Nation ! In today’s life as the world is developing rapidly, the youth becoming stronger in each sense. The technologies are reaching at their peak. Dr. Abdul Kalam has said that India would be the ‘Developed Country’ upto...
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  • Social Networking
    Social networking sites raging craze among teens TNN Mar 4, 2013, 11.40AM IST RANCHI: Social networking sites have turned out to be a raging craze for teens nowadays giving a blow to age restrictions of 13 years. To get global access to the rapid growth and popularity of social networking sites such...
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  • Did the 1920's Roar?
    an economic boom in the roaring twenties. Culture in the 1920’s changed immensely in response to the 20’s roar; these changes were in sports, fashion, and entertainment. In sports, baseball was the most popular summer sport. Babe Ruth, Fanny “Bobbie” Rosenfeld, and Lionel Conacher were big names...
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  • fulla doll
    doll that sparked both controversy and immense popularity. This Barbie look-alike doll was named ‘Fulla’ (Zoepf, 2005). Designed with two outdoor fashions, Fulla wears either a black head-to-toe outfit called an abaya and a black headscarf (marketed to more conservative Middle Eastern countries in...
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  • Ezra Pound & William Carlos Williams: Theories on the Nature of Poetry
    it is should be almost impossible for the translator to destroy it. The final group Logopoeia, is described by Pound as, ‘the dance of the intellect among words', this is one of the most technical uses of language in poetry. Words are used for their direct meaning as well as for their significance in terms...
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